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Individuals and businesses confronted with the ominous powers of the IRS and local taxing authorities face potentially serious consequences. The technical world of tax disputes is not for the inexperienced. Mishandling a tax controversy can have devastating ramifications.

The tax litigators at Anderson & Jahde, including former IRS trial lawyers, have extensive experience handling civil and criminal tax disputes and trials. Since opening our doors in Colorado 19 years ago, our tax attorneys have solved countless tax problems with solutions as unique as each client.

Attorneys, accountants and other professionals often call upon our Colorado Tax lawyers to solve their clients’ and their own tax problems. Even former IRS employees look to Anderson & Jahde for help and have referred their family and friends to us. Whether individual, corporate or international, the Denver Tax attorneys at Anderson & Jahde have the know-how and experience you require.



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IRS to End Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

On March 13, 2018, Acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter announced September 28, 2018 will be the end of the IRS’s popular Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), saying “Taxpayers have had several years to come into compliance with U.S. tax laws under this program . . . .  All along, we have been clear that we […]

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Should I Be Doing Any Special Year-End Tax Planning In Light of the Proposed Tax Legislation?

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Year-end tax planning with clients has been a staple in CPA practices for nearly as long as the tax code has been in effect.  With all the discussion of the proposed tax bills, in all their iterations and negotiations, and the seemingly endless crystal ball commentary on their effects, many have questioned whether they should […]

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Mandatory Retirement Account Distributions

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

You faithfully make your annual contributions to your IRA or 401(k) accounts.  You’ve been doing this for years, maybe decades.  Can you keep your retirement funds in your account indefinitely?  Of course not.  You generally have to start taking withdrawals from your IRA, Simple IRA, SEP IRA, or other retirement plan account when you reach […]

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